Online General Education Courses


BUS 205: Statistical Methods

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: A study of the basic concepts and methods of statistics, including descriptive statistics, probability, sampling theory and practice, hypothesis testing, and correlation.

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COM 101: Public Speaking

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: General instruction in the principles of effective public speaking. Primary emphasis on performance, speech construction, and understanding basic rhetorical theory.

ECN 200: Introductory Economics

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: An introduction to the major principles and issues in economics. This course covers both micro and macroeconomics.

MAT 095: Intermediate Algebra

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: Topics selected include linear equations, graphing, proportion, variation applications, use of exponents.

NUB 470: Interprofessional Communications

Credit: 2 credit hours

Course Description: All health professionals are challenged to educate future clinicians to deliver patient-centered care as members of an inter-professional team, emphasizing communication, evidence based practice, quality improvement approaches and informatics. This course is designed to introduce the student to unique approaches for interactions with patients (“Clients”) and colleagues. Students will learn that the art of communication only increases the value of the gift of nursing. This course will show that moments of connection impact quality of care.

Prerequisite: NUB 328

THL 105: Introduction to Theology

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: The study of the meaning and nature of theology, theological issues of God, human persons, Jesus the Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Church, and an introduction to Scriptures, liturgy, sacraments, and Christian morality. This course partially satisfies the general education requirement in the theological and philosophical reasoning category.

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THL 216: Moral Issues

Credit: 3 credit hours

Course Description: The study of moral theology in relationship to current moral issues with a particular emphasis on the dignity of the human person, conscience formation, and the struggle to live authentically in our culture. Moral issues will concentrate on a consistent ethic of life ecnompassing the personal, social, economic and ecological dimensions.

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